**Mathematical**

**Mindsets**

**Unleashing Students’ Potential Through Creative Math, Inspiring Messages and Innovative Teaching**Mathematical Mindsets |

A Very creatively crafted math Book which shows a clear roadmap to get success in math concepts with practical examples and strategies. This Book gives proper explaination towards the problems and proven to be very helpful for parents, teachers and for students too and even for those who believes that they are not so good at math.

Jo Boaler : Stanford researcher, expert in math learning, has researched about why most of the learners find problems and difficulties in math learning and gives a proper and a brief solution in the form of this book.

Jo Boaler : Stanford researcher, expert in math learning, has researched about why most of the learners find problems and difficulties in math learning and gives a proper and a brief solution in the form of this book.

Boaler has used Carol Dwek’s concept of “mindset” into math teaching and parenting strategies. She suggested steps that must be taken in schools to make math more interesting to grasp.

Mathematical Mindset Teaches that how to convert mistakes and squeezing experiences into valuable learning experience. Briefly given rich math activities shows how to be reasoning in Mathematics instead of rote learning method. This book is also gives positive math mindset which also works as a boost to learner.

Mathematical Mindset provides a proven way to get success in math learning.

**Review**

“positive

*and absorbing”**(Teach Secondary, February 2016)**“..full of useful and creative maths excercises.”*(In Tuition, October 2016)

**From the Back Cover**

**PRAISE FOR MATHEMATICAL MINDSETS**

“Mistakes, struggles, creativity, beauty, flexibility, equity Jo Boaler uses these words to describe a vision of mathematics where every student thrives and becomes a mathematical thinker. By following Boaler′s roadmap, perhaps we can once and for all lay to rest decades of archaic and destructive notions about what it takes to be good at math.”

**Cathy Seeley,**Past President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and author of*Faster Isn′t Smarter*and*Smarter Than We Think*

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**About****the Author :**

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**. JO BOALER**is a professor of mathematics education at Stanford University. The author of seven books and numerous research articles, she serves as an advisor to several Silicon Valley companies and is a White House presenter on girls and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). She is a regular contributor 6to news and radio in the United States and England and recently formed youcubed.org to give teachers and parents the resources and ideas they need to inspire and excite students about mathematics.

**• My opinion**

For those who want math to be more creative and interesting subject,

and also those who think they are not good at math they must have to try this and feel a great exposure over various practical math learnings.

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